A home office is one of the most exciting spaces to design! Whether you want a home office that is serene and set for focus or you want a space that is energizing and inspiring, it can be done through design. Your home office should be one thing above all; it should be a reflection of you. This is a place where you plan, dream and make things happen, so you want it to be a space you genuinely love spending time in!
A black and white monochrome palette lays an uncluttered foundation in this office space! We are simply in love with the selection of low-slung mid-century minimalist furniture. Powerful and handsome hard lines are warmed by subtle earthy wood tones and minimalist layered rugs.
Powerful. Refined. Discerning. Your home office should reflect your professional working style. A black and white color scheme can create an energetic work environment with its high contrast sensibilities.
Make your home workspace a sanctuary of inspiration and style. This black and white office exudes tons of mid-century character with energetic patterns and classic fluid lines. Brass and gold metallics also add warmth to the black and white color scheme.
This corner desk gives the user the ability to display some exciting decor items! The sleek layout of the piece, combined with natural elements (like the leather chair and greenery) provides a design that stems from its roots in nature.
This office space is an earth tone retreat! With the cozy golden office chair and reclaimed wood console for supplies, this workspace offers a calm room with coastal blues to help you feel stress-free when working during chaotic business hours.
The key to styling an eclectic office with a neutral color palette is by incorporating lots of textures and varied materials. Here, a wooden wall clock adds warmth that complements the texture of the woven bench. Soft detailing like pillows and baskets work together to add personality that feels cohesive.
This office evokes a well-traveled ambiance that is both warm and welcoming. What better way to spend the workweek than surrounded by pieces that make you feel like you’re on vacation? The black and white palette maintains sophistication around this fun and whimsical space.